My husband received money while we were married from a personal injury lawsuit he had before we were married. He started a trucking company and titled everything under his name. I was told that since he started the company using personal injury money I was not entitled to anything because he used... Read more »
Personal injury pain and suffering and lost wages money from an accident before you were married is his separate property, and anything he buys with it is his separate property. Hire a community property lawyer immediately.
I been living here 10+yrs and grandmother living here longer. Will has been claimed invalid according to courts. I have two siblings & brother doesn't want estate but sister does and am currently trying to work a deal with her. We live in Louisiana.
If you or are an owner or heir to the property, they have no right to evict you. To require you to move would most likely require one of your siblings to file to have the property partitioned or sold. Good luck.
Other rooms upstairs. He wants me to move out. he called the cops one time and they said he would have to evict me. Now he is saying he is signing the house over to my brother who doesn't like me this evening. The IRS has a 187000000$ lien on the house. Can he do this ?
My grandfather left a plot of land to my mother (from first marriage) and her brother (second marriage). He had 2 other children, not from marriage, who are currently trying to fight for a share in the land. Are they legally able to do this since there is a proper will(followed state guidelines)?
If they are omitted from the will, over age 23, not disabled, and there is no language like: "and any other issue". They will not get a piece. If there is language like: "and any other issue", then it does include subsequent children noy named.
The house that we are purchasing is a foreclosure. Originally, the owner owned 35 acres and that house is on that land. Several years ago, he sold 30 acres to his brother's business, so now the house just sits on 5 acres. The problem is that part of the driveway to the house is now on his... Read more »
Hire a competent attorney to perform a title search. There may be an easement by implication by the common grantor. Or there may be an express easement in the chain of title. Having an easement declared by necessity is the last, most expensive possibility.
My paternal grandfather passed in december 2018. His wife passed in 2016. My father passed in 1995. My dad does have 1 sister and 1 brother. How do I find out about the land that my grandfather had and if I am entitled to anything? I have not received anything in mail about what is going on with... Read more »
Either go to the appropriate Parrish in LA and search the Land and Tax Records for any familial lands. Or better, hire a local attorney to look for whatever there is. He will need any possible name that owned land and probably years of death. It should be cheap as there may be nothing.
Sister in-law lies to get an restraining order. My son have been living in this home for years . The grandma died who was living there and now the sister wants to take over . The sister name is not on the property but the aunt is and she wants my son to continue living there . What do we have to do
Divorced for about 3 years, settlement not included with divorce, house acquired during marriage. I have been solely paying for the house and all related upkeep. How can I get the ex off the title? He already said he won't sign a quit claim. I don't have the money to sue him over this and... Read more »
I bought the loan to a trailer they cosigned for my aunt and her husband. They bullied me into signing a document releasing them from responsibility as co-signer. They said if I didn't my mama and I had to leave and if we didn't they would have the law remove us. I was threatened to... Read more »
You own a trailer. You owe a lien for a trailer. They are still responsible for the lien if you don't pay it because I seriously doubt the lender would release to 2 cosigners. If you have a lease to the land, you can enforce it. If you don't, they can evict you. They have no other...Read more »
You should seek the help of an attorney who handles property matters to determine if you have a servitude (or right of passage) across your neighbor's property. If so, that attorney can help you enforce your rights. Good luck
Which resulted in two break in,which the property manager confessed to providing a master key to a guest not leasing with the complex on a police report,can the property manager be held responsible as well as an accessory for my home being broken into for a second time
If a couple owns a home jointly (person A owns 50% and person B owns 50%) and person B passes away does the title of the house needed to be updated to the sole beneficiary of person B before Person A can sell the home?
In theory, no, because could just sell his or her 50% interest on his or her signature alone, but it is unlikely you will find a buyer who wants to co-own with the estate of B. Most likely you will need to have B's interest retitled in order to sell a 100% interest in the property to an...Read more »
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